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Reynolds raises $101K for Tour de Rock

Students and staff at Reynolds secondary have once again outdone themselves in their Cops for Cancer campaign, this year raising $101,066

Region draws record number of foreign students

Camosun, Uvic, RRU see spike in international numbers

Residential care building breaks ground in Saanich

Greater Victoria is one step closer to achieving a health care goal as construction officially began Tuesday at the Heights at Mt. View

Health and healing in the garden

Every Tuesday and Thursday since May, Dennis Ohalloran has gotten his hands dirty, tending to a veggie patch in the Blenkinsop Valley.

With death of Bob Gillespie, community loses long-time leader

Long-time Saanich councillor, advocate for farming dies at 82.

Breastfeeding moms to descend on library Saturday

The Greater Victoria Public Library’s regular patrons will have extra company this Saturday – a whole lot of breastfeeding moms.

UVic 50th celebrations this weekend

Rooftop concert Friday; campus, faculty tours Saturday

Running hard for their dinner

Olympians, chefs team up for obstacle course fundraiser to support farming

Memorial garden underway for honouring pregnancy loss

Royal Oak Burial Park opens nation’s first memorial site for parents grieving from miscarriage

Part 2 on Running: Going back to school

One athlete’s quest to return to the essence of running – going barefoot

Tour de Rock takes on the Island

Police, guest riders set off on emotional 1,000 km journey against cancer

Big sugary drinks: next CRD ban?

Medical Health officer weighs-in on newly-minted New York regulations in fight against obesity

Don’t think; don’t look down

Annual Drop Zone raises $140,000 for Easter Seals

Thawing permafrost to accelerate global warming, says UVic study

The vast Arctic “compost” is thawing, dumping billions of tonnes of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere

Spotlight on Victoria talent at TIFF

Filmmaker, actress debut at prestigious Toronto International Film Festival

Manifestation of a dream

Rifflandia V brings big names, personal triumphs and Grimace tattoos

Saanich history tour highlights the Gorge

The Gorge was once Victoria’s playground, a place where folks would converge to take in the regattas and vaudeville shows

Staying calm, confident and clear

B.C. Ambulance Service guide callers through every emergency

The last ice cream at Elk Lake

Longtime restaurant closes after Sunday; Victoria triathlon company buys property